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Oh, I get your thinking - nothing wrong with trying new things & being eachothers type of "normal".I finally said make some type of offer, say we live together one week out of every month? We are both unconventional which is an understatement, and we both like each other's quirks, it creates the passion, like those batteries that stick together. We maybe a unfinished chapter in this book we started together, or we may write another chapter, or the book will stay open on the introduction page forever.
Thanks & that is very true - it can be so many factors (in or outside of our control) but we just have to keep moving on + work through things.Sorry to hear this. Sometimes the timing is wrong, everyone can have the right intentions, yet the relationship can never really take off due to external complications, economics, distance, illiness, existing situations. The list goes on and on. Sometimes it's remarkable we even hook up with someone we really like. I wish you success as you move on.
Oh, okay - I get that & hope it goes well.I have no idea what will happen. I am moving back with a prior person in my life, because as l age, l am frightened to be alone due to the amount of predators that prey on older people in this state. I slated to be living with them Dec or Jan.
Fair enoughI am older then you. Lol.
But you have plenty of time to meet others. Think l can say go with who you want to be with. Then if it ends, at least you enjoyed what you had. If you can look back and say you would do it all over again even if you knew the outcome, then it was worth it.